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Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh
Improvisations with 6 and 12-string guitar, banjo, cello, hurdy-gurdy, harp, contra bass, chappa Tibetan bells, Kin (Buddist metallic bowl), timpani, marimba, vibraphone, thunder sheet and things.






Josephine Foster This Coming Gladness
Terrific lit-up, reaching and odd Josephine playing harp, guitar and piano (and singing), with Alex Nielson on drums and Victor Herrero, lead guitar.




The Tree People The Tree People
Stephen Cohen's hushed, affective, dazed underground folk, recorded in Oregon in 1979. Lovely music, beautifully presented by this Japanese reissue label to watch. Guerssen vinyl.



Peter Walker Echo Of My Soul
The folk-raga maestro back with gorgeous Spanish-inspired music alert to the origins of flamenco in ancient East Indian styles.





John Fahey John Fahey Visits Washington D.C.
From 1979 mainly solo, reworking old themes and melodies, and updating his cover versions to include more contemporary guitarists, even proteges like Leo Kottke.



William Eaton Music By William Eaton
A private pressing in 1978 the first recordings of this entrancing, sun-dappled music, for 6 and 12-string guitars, and Eaton's own, handmade, utterly beautiful string instruments.



Directing Hand What Put The Blood
Wonderful new collection from Lavinia Blackwall (vocals, harmonium, cello, harp) and Alex Neilson (vocals, drums, psaltery). Haunted trad folk meets explosive free jazz. Highly recommended, very limited.